SEO FAQs

Does our product or service website need SEO and/or SEM?


We are often asked if a client's particular product or service actually needs to optimize their website for search engines (SEO), or do any online marketing. The answer is yes, regardless of your product or service, it is a must that you market it online.

Even a small dive downtown, or a store in the suburbs, if nobody knows you are there, you will get little or no traffic to your business. The same holds true for a website; a website is almost useless if nobody knows about it; and with the amount of websites out there, it's going to be difficult to get exposure without online marketing. The goal for any marketing venture is exposure; the more exposure, the more likely you will sell your product or service.

We specialize in exposing your business or organization. Our experts will start you off in the right direction with search engine optimization; utilizing real keywords that are important to your industry. We will focus your search engine marketing and pay-per-click campaigns to get you the most traffic needed to make your marketing venture a success.

Find out more about our SEO Plans. We offer both contract SEO and no contract SEO services.

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01. About Us

Make it Active, LLC is a full service Marketing Agency located in Dover, NH, just minutes from Portsmouth.

We offer digital marketing services, including SEO, Website Design, Marketing, and graphic design.

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